gnuplot-py - A Python interface to the gnuplot plotting program

License: LGPLv2
Description: is a Python package that interfaces to gnuplot,
the popular open-source plotting program. It allows you
to use gnuplot from within Python to plot arrays of data
from memory, data files, or mathematical functions.
If you use Python to perform computations or as 'glue'
for numerical programs, you can use this package to plot
data on the fly as they are computed. And the combination
with Python makes it is easy to automate things, including
to create crude 'animations' by plotting different datasets
one after another.
The package includes a demonstration that can be run by
typing 'python /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/Gnuplot/'.


gnuplot-py-1.8-4.src [120 KiB] Changelog by Paulo Roma (2008-06-20):
- Updated to 1.8
- Changed description.
- Changed BR for numpy.
- Defined %{python_sitelib} for not needing atrpms-rpm-config.
gnuplot-py-1.7-3.src [107 KiB] Changelog by Paulo Roma (2007-11-17):
- Using BR Numeric or python-numeric.
- Installing in %{python_sitelib}.

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